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When COVID-19 came to Sun Valley (access required)

You’ve probably heard about the howling by now. If you’re out and about around sunset up here in the Wood River Valley, you’ll hear it. Groups of people up and down the valley, from Hailey up to the ski town ...

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Commercial real estate still assessing effect of COVID-19 (access required)

Commercial real estate reports vary depending on the firm issuing the data. The latest numbers available include a little of everything: a near-real time snapshot of Idaho CRE trends, a look back at the previous two quarters for the Boise ...

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Government relaxes requirements on COVID-19 loan program (access required)

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Interested in a Paycheck Protection Program loan from the federal government? You only have until the end of the month to get it. While the Small Business Administration announced plans to implement the PPP Flexibility Act — passed by Congress on ...

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COVID-19 dents used automobile sales in Idaho, nationwide (access required)

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Idaho’s used car industry saw a decrease in sales in March 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a study conducted by iSeeCars.com, a used car shopping search engine. Sales in Idaho slowed the least of any state in ...

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Boise assessing COVID-19 outbreak through sewage testing (access required)

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The city of Boise is partnering with Massachusetts-based company Biobot to track the spread of COVID-19 using data from sewage samples. The data could reveal if safety measures are slowing the spread of the virus and could be used to ...

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Crush the Curve teams up with Kinsa smart thermometers (access required)

Across the country, as businesses and schools look to reopen in the coming months, many are pursuing ways to ensure the health of employees and students at a safe distance. Crush the Curve Idaho has received 10,000 Kinsa smart thermometers ...

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COVID-19 offers businesses opportunities for renovation (access required)

Renovations at the Centre Theater in downtown Idaho Falls.

While many construction projects were delayed or cut back during the COVID-19 emergency, some Idahoans used the pandemic-related shutdown of essential business to renovate. Though most renovations appear to be concentrated in the restaurant or entertainment sectors, the Chubbuck-Pocatello School ...

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Ethics considerations apply when attorneys work remotely

Now that COVID-19, colloquially dubbed the coronavirus, has made its way to Missouri, some law firms may begin asking attorneys to self-quarantine to prevent further spread and infection. These law firms and individual attorneys should take care to ensure that ...

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Nursing homes account for 60% of Idaho COVID-19 deaths

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — More than 60% of Idaho’s coronavirus-related deaths are among residents of long-term care facilities such as nursing homes, according to numbers released by the state on May 5. The Idaho Department of Health and Welfare said ...

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